Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Win a copy of Grit & Grace: Devotions for Warrior Moms


For the next couple of weeks, my fantastic team of "I Read with Audra" bloggers will be reviewing Grit & Grace: Devotions for Warrior Moms by Suzanne Hadley Gosselin and Gretta Kennedy. I hope you'll take the time to read a little about the book then enter to win a copy of the book at the bottom of this post. 



About the book: 

Hang in There, Mama!

For those moments when you think you’ll never live up to the Supermoms around you—when you’re elbow deep in the grind of diapers and laundry and peanut butter sandwiches—you need a good dose of Grit and Grace.

This refreshing collection of 90 daily devotions comes from two moms who’ve found themselves face-to-the-floor in need of encouragement and now offer it to you. Through humor and vulnerability, these short messages of truth remove the filters of perfection clouding your vision and bring clarity to your purpose as a mom. As you read the Scripture and prayer that accompany each day’s message, you’ll discover more fully who you are in Christ and how to raise your children to reflect His love to the world.

In giving yourself grace, you will find you have even more grace to give from the One who is present in your life right now and in every moment.


About the authors:

Suzanne Hadley Gosselin and Gretta Kennedy first met as roommates at Multnomah University. They are quick to admit they did not like each other when they first met due to opposite personalities. However, they worked out their differences and became best friends who roomed together for all four years of college. Two decades later, during a phone conversation, they realized God was laying on their hearts the desire to write a devotional for moms of young children to encourage and strengthen them in their role as mothers. It was then the idea for Grit & Grace: Devotions for Warrior Moms was born.

Suzanne Hadley Gosselin is a regular writer and editor for Focus on the Family and David C Cook and previously served as an editor for Clubhouse and Clubhouse Jr. Gosselin has written books for Zondervan, Harvest House and Tyndale and is the author of Expectant Parents: Preparing Together for the Journey of Parenthood.

Gosselin lives in Bakersfield, CA with her husband, Kevin, and four children. The family enjoys escaping to the ocean.



Gretta Kennedy is a speaker, mentor and writer with a degree in women’s ministry from Multnomah University and over 20 years of ministry experience. She passionately supports her husband, Jay, and his full-time camp ministry. They are raising their three children on Vancouver Island and report their adventures on the travel blog Traveling Islanders.  

Grit & Grace is her first book.



Fellow Grit & Grace Warrior Moms can connect on Facebook (gritandgracemoms), Twitter (@Gritandgracemom) and Instagram (@gritandgracemoms).


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1 comment:

Myra Ball said...

I have 5 kids ages 23,22,13, and twin 12 year old boys. I have many many grit and grace moments. Once when my oldest two daughters were about 2 and 3 years old, they were supposedly playing in their room but really had snuck into the kitchen and put crisco on their baby dolls feet. The dolls were the big life like dolls with plastic feet. Apparently their dolls had dry feet. They also got flour and floured the feet as well. I have no idea WHAT those girls were thinking. My oldest daughters are 10 months difference in age and their birthdays fell in the same school year so they still act like twins. I also have twin boys and stories about them go beyong grit and grace into gringe worthy. They are currently twelve and still drive me a little nuts sometimes. I can't forget my 13 year old daughter who thinks she's the leader of the whole family.